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  1. On the one hand, the business model based on subscriptions rather than sales is really gaining popularity. Car for rent, media content for rent, housing for rent. Many people have probably seen in American movies and TV shows that they do not wash at home, but in self-service laundries – that is, they actually rent a washing machine for a while.

    Apple, which offers its phone virtually free of charge, as an addition to a long-term contract with a mobile provider, and then also changes it for a surcharge to newer models – this is essentially a “phone for rent”.

    The extended subscription guarantee also shifts the situation in the direction of “as if I rented an item”.

    These models are used because they are convenient for both the consumer and their supplier. They are more economical, they allow you to fully develop the product resource.

    But, on the other hand, there are always and will always be people who prefer, for any reason, the model in which they own something, whether it is a house, a car or a production facility. First, to rent something out to someone, you need to own it. OK, there is a sublease, but still the final owner of the item must be. And it can't be a state, because there is a second one. Ownership implies much more complete control over the object of ownership. I can rebuild my house without having to coordinate it with other people. I can park my car near my house and know that it will be there in the morning, and no other car-sharing user will drive it away. I can repaint my car or replace parts there. I can use my servers in the mode I want, and not in the mode specified in their lease agreement. Etc. Today there is no such force, and in the future there is no such force that would be able to simply ignore the wishes of these people and forcibly cancel property. And it doesn't make much sense.

  2. True, only this can not be called “communist capitalism”:)
    The absolute right of private property is no longer, perhaps, in any more or less developed country with a market economy, it has degraded and is limited, turning, in fact, into the right of ownership and use. At any time, the property can be withdrawn from the owner ( with or without compensation) on absolutely legal grounds, and for the duration of ownership, the “owner” pays property taxes, often exceeding the cost of creating or acquiring “property”. Which, in principle, is closer to “rent”.
    Software and other digital products, in principle, do not provide for the right of free disposal – you do not have the right to freely resell the product. The service life of historically “long-lasting” consumer goods is artificially underestimated when the cost price decreases, and goods become “one-time”, seasonal. Classic rental and leasing becomes more profitable than ownership by right of ownership. Antitrust, anti-cartel and other competition-promoting legislation restricts the right to dispose of property (which, however, is good for the market).
    The proportion of the services market in relation to purely commodity markets is growing. The corporatization of large companies leads to their socialization, and the shareholder has a very indirect relationship to ownership of the means of production, he owns a derivative instrument ( ownership of a chicken and the right to 1/1000000 of the profit from the sale of feathers and eggs are different rights). Etc.

  3. We live in the last times, we are going to the era of the coming of the antichrist, but the point is not in the wording, call it what you want.

    Everything that you have – in the future, will belong to you very conditionally, depending on your loyalty to the authorities. Technically, this can even be called a lease, when the right to dispose of your property (which you consider as such) can be revoked at any time. And the concept of property will become inextricably linked with the powers of the state, which it gives you, or which it deprives at its own discretion.

    First, everything will be digitized. Document flow will be canceled. All information will be available online. All your opportunities to exercise your rights will absolutely and completely depend on whether you are connected to the Network or not.�

    You will not receive paper documents on your property rights today.�

    Your money on the account can be blocked for any reason – an error of bailiffs, even without a court decision, or other problems.�

    Even today, your paper passport is not always a document confirming your identity. When making real estate transactions, obtaining loans, or registering with the tax service, it matters whether your passport is online with the “Active” status. If not, the System won't recognize you. You can't do any of the above. Even if you received your passport long ago and honestly.

    In some cases, there is a transition period from paper to digital.

    Today, the employment record book has become virtual,and it's online.Paper registration will only be carried out at your request. And then, it is not known how long you will have this opportunity.

    OSAGO is also there.�

    Soon, everything you own and can do as a citizen will be online, and only there. All you have to do is remove your biometrics, and you don't belong to yourself anymore.�

    There were already those who wanted to combine all the digital data about each citizen together-passport, SNILS, etc., but the FSB opposed this. If the Network is still deficient in terms of security, this can lead to risks for everyone whose data may be lost/stolen. But this is only for the time being.

    Formally, you have money on your card, real estate, work experience, and an identity document. But-when you are accidentally or deliberately disconnected from the Network, you will become a nobody. A man with no name, no home, no means of support. Just like in this passage from “Beware of the Car”.

    That is, when all citizens are digitized, they will completely lose their freedom and rights to any property, including the right to their own name. Any government can disconnect any person from the Network at any time for any reason. Then the Antichrist will come and rule over the slaves who have obeyed him and accepted the seal.�

    16 And he will do that all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads,
    17 and that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. ��

    Revelation of John the Evangelist Chapter 13

  4. The problem is your understanding of ” capitalism “(or more aptly, “market”) and ” communism.” These are two opposite socio-economic systems, one of which, capitalism, is based on private property, and the other, on the contrary, on state/public ownership. Trying to combine hostile designs is akin to inventing perpetuum mobile.�

    Starting from your statement, which I absolutely do not understand, I would like to know how the property will be rented out if it, this property, does not exist?

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